Some weeks ago I planned to visit a partner in order to provide some information regarding different topics and the partner sent me a mail with a list of topics he wanted to speak about previously. One line of this mail was: “Question: How can we produce valid XHTML code. (Note: Tidy and Delivery Server … More Tidy does(n’t) work with the Delivery Server
If one or more statements applies to your situation, then it might make sense to read the rest of this article 😉 You are responsible for an Open Text Management Server (fka RedDot CMS). As you also have other things to do, you have limited time to deal with the Management Server. You attended the … More Limited time? Limited experience? More efficiency!
In this artice I describe ways how to improve the maintainance of CSS & JS files and how even the performance in SmartEdit can be enhanced with just simple modifications regarding the referencing of those files. 10 years ago web sites were mainly build using HTML and very little CSS & JS. The CSS and … More Handling CSS/JS
Today I’d just like to write a few lines about the changes regarding the RQL programming in version 11 of the Management Server (scheduled for the end of the year.) The change I’ll describe might sound like a totally different approach (and that is possible when looking behind the scenes) but the impact for you … More RQL development with Open Text Management Server 11
There are probably a lot of concepts how to build projects with the Open Text Management Server and there are lots of different requirements which can be met by using totally different approaches but I’d like to write down some ideas regarding naming conventions that have been helpful in the past. Naming concepts If you … More First steps – Naming conventions
As you might have noticed, I didn’t use dialogues that look like the original Management Server dialogues but more plain and simple popups/windows. The reason for that was that I wanted us to focus us on programming RQL…..not HTML 😉 But of course noone likes ugly dialogues. So therefore I’ve just created a sample dialogue … More RQL – Sample dialogue
RQL is the abbreviation of “RedDot Query Language”. RQL is the programming interface for the Open Text Management Server. Almost all actions that can be executed via the normal frontend (SmartTree, SmartEdit, Server Manager) can also be executed via the interface RQL. This result into the ability to write small (or even bigger) applications that … More RQL in a nutshell